I am surprised I was able to understand this on full speed. Is this progress I see?
And do you have any tips on how to detect whether the speaker is saying 'drengen' , 'drenge' or 'drengene'? Thanks
Apologies if the answer to this question is explained in an obvious place and I missed it, but does the "k" from "mælk" become a glottal stop because of the definite suffix? If so, is that true for indefinite words that end in consonants when they get the definite suffix generally or not?
I would say rather like "Melg'n" (ish), in the back of your mouth. But I'm a native Swedish speaker, so what do I know.
I also hear some sort of "milton". However, it seems like the 'k' is very subtle and is swallowed by the 'en'.